FLOTE M2 floor and bed premium iPad/tablet stand review

The FLOTE M2 tablet stand ($299) is an insanely well made, highly-adaptable premium tablet stand that opens up a world of new possibilities and conveniences. It’s one of those rare items that makes you wonder how you ever got along without it. Aside from it’s ability to hold your tablet (which is does very and […]

The HP Pavilion x360 is a laptop/tablet for college students on a budget

Wondering whether or not you should buy an HP Pavilion x360 convertible PC? This won’t be a full review, but instead I’m going to tell you about this 2-in-1 device’s top features. If you’re not familiar with the x360 ($399), it’s a hybrid Windows 8 device that’s part laptop and part tablet. It seems positioned as […]

How To Properly Setup Your New Windows 8 Device

It’s Christmastime again and you know what that means: gadgets as gifts. Yep, tech is going to be big this year and many shoppers are looking to get their hands on one of the latest Windows devices—like a Surface Pro 2—either for themselves or for a family member. Why? Fun and productivity. Microsoft devices are […]


Interactive Tablet Advertisements: Business Development or Advertising Dollars?

Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Jack Becht, Co-Founder and Director of BULLETT Magazine’s Interactive Digital Publication for Tablet. Pitching marketing teams on the benefits of interactive tablet advertisements often leaves me with this nagging feeling that I’ve been talking to the wrong people. Marketing professionals are quick to assess tablet advertisements according […]


Review: GoSmart 200 Series Freedom Stylus Works Great for Precision Tablet Writing

I’m the artistic type; a graphic designer by trade/schooling who constantly sketches out big ideas and I just found a great stylus to compliment my drive: the GoSmart 200 Series Freedom Stylus. It looks and feels like a pen (except for the tip, duh) and works as advertised: it writes smooth and precise. If you […]